The 5 Best Ramen in Futakotamagawa (Tokyo)

updated: August 21th, 2023

Discover top ramen restaurants in Setagaya, Tokyo. Find your favorite ramen genres in Kuramu, Naminoaya, Ayu ramen, Miura, and Michisirube.

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    【Kuramu】is a restaurant located in Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The interior of the restaurant consists of only counter seats, with no tables available.
     Orders are placed through a ticket vending machine, with menu options including a combination of clam and pork chashu ramen, as well as a clam-only Kuramu ramen.
     Both options come in soy sauce and salt flavors, and I ordered the salt-based Kuramu ramen.
    The soup had a stronger taste of pork broth rather than clam broth.
     The noodles were medium-thick, with a chewy texture, and the toppings included chicken and pork chashu, white negi (leeks), alii (an Okinawan herb), and thinly sliced menma (bamboo shoots).
     The pork chashu had a spicy aroma, resembling pastrami, while the chicken chashu was tender and moist.
     The seasoned soft-boiled egg was slightly firm, with a perfect semi-soft consistency that paired well with the noodles.
     It was interesting to note that as the soup cooled down, it took on a clam chowder-like flavor.
    As for the restaurant's information, it operates from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM and from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM, with Mondays being the regular holiday.
     It is located approximately a 5-minute walk from Futako-Tamagawa Station, at 3-20-2 Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
    That concludes the introduction of 【Kuramu】and its dishes.
     If you have the chance, please visit and give it a try.


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    "Naminoaya" is a ramen restaurant located in Ueno-mei, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The store is conveniently accessible, an 11-minute walk from Ueno-mei Station on the Tokyu Oimachi Line, a 13-minute walk from Yōga Station on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line, or an 18-minute walk from Futako-Tamagawa Station on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line and Tokyu Oimachi Line.
     The interior of the store consists of 7 counter seats and 2 tables for 4 people, accommodating a total of 15 seats.
    Naminoaya's distinctive dish is its salt-based ramen, where the soup is flavored with seaweed paste to enjoy a seafood taste.
     The noodles are thin and straight, featuring a pleasing texture.
     Rice is also provided for free and can be enjoyed as ochazuke by pouring the ramen broth over it.
    No information is available about the chef, but from the reviews on the atmosphere and service of the store, it can be inferred that the owner and his wife are managing the shop.
     Customers have praised Naminoaya as the top choice for tonkotsu ramen and light ramen among the various ramen they have tried.
    Naminoaya is a place where you can enjoy delicious salt-based ramen, and its unique service of serving rice as ochazuke with the ramen broth is an additional highlight.
     The atmosphere of the store is pleasant, and the warm hospitality provided by the owner and his wife is highly appreciated.
     The staff also receives praise for their prompt assistance.
     We highly recommend visiting the store.


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    Ayu ramen

    The Ayu Ramen Nijikamitamagawa Main Store is a popular ramen restaurant located in Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The store is just a 406m walk from Futakotamagawa Station.
     The interior of the restaurant is small with only a counter and a total of 7 seats.
    At this establishment, you can enjoy various seasonal menus including Ayu Ramen, Ayu Sōmen, and Shōga Soba.
     The lunch hours are from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm (until sold out) and dinner hours are from 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm (until sold out).
     The restaurant operates every day, including Sundays, without any regular closing days.
    Unfortunately, information about the chef is unavailable, and specific dishes cannot be deduced from the reviews.
     However, reviews mention that the thin noodles and flavorful soup are well-matched, and the grilled Ayu rice ball is also delicious.
    The Ayu Ramen Nijikamitamagawa Main Store is a well-loved ramen restaurant in the local area.
     You can indulge in a variety of seasonal menus, including Ayu Ramen, while enjoying a leisurely meal at the counter seats.
     The restaurant operates during both lunch and dinner hours, allowing you to visit at your convenience.
     We highly recommend paying a visit whenever you can.


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    【Miura Ramen】Located in Setagaya-ku, Tokyo, "Miura Ramen" is just a 1-minute walk from Uenogaoka Station on the Tokyu Oimachi Line.
     Here, you can enjoy various types of ramen, including soy sauce-based ramen and rich dipping noodles.
    The restaurant has a total of 22 seats, including 8 counter seats, 2 tables for 4 people, and 3 tables for 2 people.
     The bright and clean interior provides a relaxed atmosphere for enjoying your meal.
    One highly recommended dish is the ramen with soy sauce broth, topped with char siu (roast pork) and seaweed.
     It is praised for its deliciousness without being too heavy.
     Their grilled pork is also available in two types: pork and chicken, both known for their juiciness and deliciousness.
     Additionally, their attention to detail in the noodles and soup can be felt in each bowl, providing a satisfying experience without feeling overly full.
    However, detailed information regarding the opening hours and transportation methods is unknown.
     Nevertheless, due to its convenient location just a 1-minute walk from Uenogaoka Station on the Tokyu Oimachi Line, it is easily accessible.


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    [Introduction to the Shop]Michisirube is a ramen shop located in Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.
     The shop is just a 3-minute walk from Futakotamagawa Station on the Tokyu Den-en-toshi Line.
    This shop is particularly known for its rich and flavorful fish-based tsukemen.
     The noodles are smooth and chewy, with a distinct wheat flavor.
     The dipping sauce is thick and slightly cloudy, with a hint of fish flavor.
     If you order the extra large size, be mindful that you may need to balance the amount of dipping sauce with the noodles.
    The seating capacity of the shop is 8 counter seats and 1 table (for 4 people), totaling 12 seats.
    Recently, the fish powder has become an additional charge, priced at 30 yen.
     It harmonizes well with the noodles and dipping sauce, adding depth to the flavor.
    In addition to the classic special tsukemen extra large size, seasonal limited edition menu items are also available, featuring unique combinations such as cilantro or extreme spiciness.
    We invite you to come and enjoy the rich and flavorful fish-based tsukemen at Michisirube, located in Tamagawa, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo.


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